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' THE CALUMET NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 4, 11f. r OTakA MA K ICS i:SV THE RF.MnVAI. Al RRP1.ACI.V! ALL AlTOVO HUE TII.KH i iK t'l.lN'i'llKR AND QPICK OFTAOHABLE CLINCH III STYJ.K. SlVKs Tl.MK T! ''. I TIM I ' 1 ..-' CARLTON HARDWARE CO. FATHERS! Looking back, it doesn't seem so very loaf ago when foi VOfa Blowing into mil n hood dins it I. .ii know how nil" li yi. u would have now. had you begun In to. liM.: da to sue tint $ lo u month? Lt uii boys flxurt out this problem, the results will be an in spiration to our toys la aav. Start your Ixiy right y having saving f.mint, and fee that a dOpUSia I- made e oil Kl.V-Jii. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAURiUM Cap tn: ifii. ooii.oo. Surplus and Ptoiits $.V.0e.ft. ( jii e, rv Haiurd;t evening. THE ELKS DEUTCHERFEST. Mambart and Fnsnda Entertained in Ro.il Manner Last Evening. Then- war u very taff attendaaac ai the I . utc herfent under tin .m-. j.kes of the Calumet Elks at their temple lain evening anl the event was tioroughly enjoye I. The program was largely Informal and in. iuded u ntori amateur iqiarring ttMUffh, vaude viile attractioiiK "-mre. throuich the c urtesy or Messrs Vogel and Rica oj tr.e iT-iwn and (irand theater and (lie management of the peop!. s fhufi of Laotlum, refreshments and gsmes The kasnple w as well fllled, many of I tHoaa paaasM ot-lng visitors. The a ts of Julien and Me. k. t h- Merchants & Miners Bank CALUMET, MICHIGAN. CaPtal $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 230,000.00 L lability of Stockholders 150,000.00 OFFICERS: Charles Briggs, President Peter Ruppe, Vice Pres. W. B. Anderson, V. Pt 6 Mgr Stephen Paull, Cashier J. E. Shepard, Ass't Cashier INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. AN INTEREST BEARING ACCOUNT MAY BE OPENED WITH ONE DOLLAR. Armstrong-Thiefman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET CAPITAL - - - SURPLUS FUND DEPOSITS - - OFFICERS: Jjhnson Vivian -William H. Thielman James T. Fisher Edward P. Bast STATE SAVINGS BANK LAURIUM, Tire Tool .l.ver team ..f darners at the Peo ple's theater i hi, week. .NLa.'k and linrgess. the leant at the Qnad thea ir and Mim.i and lu.lteii. t'.e able uai.'ians wh.. ate entertaining the rrawda si the 'rown, were lieaWHy ile. I b ill preiellt. Y. M C. A ATHLETIC MEET. Ph ideal Din. tor Appleate i-tsxtes LhaJ th V. i C, A. a.-mual outdoor ! jasjei '.r.aHy will be held him m m- in Ji.ne In the i,aluni-t Ivase kH park. The meet will be open to .1! athletk- '-luiis in the upier iH-nin-nula. and should prove u stnms; draw ing card, suitable irizi aill be of- QUICK ACTION Is what you want when you'ro building you pet it. too, when your MterloJ orders are lindetl here, and lusides get a prke that leads oilier ju.it as our quality heads the Hat. HANCOCK $100,000.00 100,000.00 - 750,000.00 President Vice-President Cashier Ass't Cashier MICH. SOON TO ARRANGE CENTRAL REUNION GATHERING OF FOHMER RESi DENTS OF OLD KEWEENAW TOWN ON SOME SUN 0 A V IN JULY. a m nfaaacnt will aeon be started tur the an.viai reunion uf tormei resi dents of the Central laaattaa, Kvcce n cudi. As .Mn as la. John MaoRnr. of Centennial, a nn'mlvr of the arrangement committee, return from a, umr of Run.pe. ho, and th t her members of the omn.itta-e. fkipt. Edward J Hah ot the Calumet pub lic school Supt. Alfred N It-holla, of the isieola public scuools. and Thorn- r Mitch.-:, of Trine. untai'i. will hold meeting, si t tii date i"or i union, in vite utiie r -rend gentleman t.. con duct the usual setvict. anC make un other neo.rwry arr.itigemei.tJ-. Tin mcn.bers of tha ..mm it tee are are all. ail rit-elving letters ami tele phone .nqufrh as t.. w ueiT the annua! n -hi ii.n will be hetd. The irfhirv ancr vill take place on a Sunday in July. inr inp to er.trni win ne Taken .-r the K v.'fiittw vVntral r ad Re ligious services will be conducted lo the ad thejr h and there will be pleasant feetuTcs reminiscent of the la) daya. it Is beiivni the forth ...o- rg reuiiioii will be the lanrotK tau tid ed of all. Ki tm.-r residents ur- en thusiastic, ami will make a point of ;. Mending ,f ;-t .11 pt.sslble. Many are iptMad to rams from . litalda points PLAN INTER-CLASS MEET. Athletes to Compete for Honor ot Reprsntmg the C. H. S. PltM are Mag made for an in ! rciaaa fathtaik meet to .e held at the i .ilumet Athletic park, probably li Jin;.- 1, for the I'urpoM- hi 1 IiuohIhk 1 l ose who will represent 1 he Calumet high school In tU- intersi holasllc ath !eth meet for all of the sellouts of the ouiit lo tie held otic veek later. For the inier-class maet, the re BpfQtfvf classes ate not restricted us ?- tha numbei of entries, and It is ' I ti er. R ill be keen . oinpeti llaaj in each . vent. The three who Miiah nrOt will b chosen as represen tatives in the interscholnstic meet lat er. The students of the Calumet high si hool are mHkin; an effort to have the low and high hurdles given a I la.-e In the progRtm for the inter schtdastlc meet These sports were in lud.-l In the meets held n lew years i'.go, but for some unknown reason Star .lr.. .e.l. The 'iumet students ''il. they are Stlbjei t to the "re- ilf and if they are replaced In the r .r.n. Calumet will have strong representatives In both events. Pr 1 the for the Inter-class meet will he started on "Monday, at the Athleti. park If the weather permits, and If not. at the Y. M. C. A. gymna sium. The first baseball ainc or I ha Inter M I astir series which was scheduled for today hi t ween the ( 'a I u met and Lake Linden teams at Iike Linden boa bora lodoBnltaly pootponod be cause of the Inclemency of the Tfoath REHEARSALS NEXT WEEK. Good Progress Made With "Mother Goose Up To Data. The nxt rehearsal fr "Mother xse Dp To Date," whloh will lie present ed at the Calumet theater, under the auhplees of the Calumet Woman's club, Friday evwnlng, May 10. and Saturday afternoon. May 11, will lie held Mon day evening in the Red Jacket town hall. Rehearsals will be continued Oil b vening with a full dress rehear sal in the Calumet theater Thiirsda evening. All of the patts have been assigned, and the rh or us a are rapidly growing proflclofsl under the BMa lilrection of Mrs. Jackson. I)AN'S nN REAL ESTATE QUfCM SKRVFCE. NO DKLAY. KAUCKTT BROB. & OUCK. The World Moves So Does Simpson I'ianos, I'uiniture, Freight and BaS uagf. First class work guaranteed. Larue or small drays. Telephone ails ttandal to prontatly. Phoae n. 301 NO TWO WAYS About It it is either CHEAP CLOTHES for your valuable money OR GOOD CLOTHES for your Good Money If you are natisficd with a cheap suit v.m i an easily find It. liut If you are looking for good tailored clothes, specially built for you, with the proper lines and construct Ions, for your In dividual wear, then V"U will find it advisable to patronise the well IT Th IHTK reliable tailor. J. B. RASTELLO Corner 5th and Portland up at air. A JINGLE. tl'p to the minute) M la ruining toda Mid we're g e..tl put nut, i ur we had our minds et To go angling for trout. Hut la weather like (his. It a best in atH.v home, Vn.l tSplala whv we did BO lii this intie in. i Hi nnHiii ht-ww4 LOCAL BREVITIES. MMII IMMt I I I 111 H 1 tH'l v .laugtitei was born esfrda to I Mr. and Mrs. MKr Kaur.i. ot Coppat GHgt, Jerr- Sullivan, of the fJUfaal Itl.x k stor... has gn to Chicago on busi- l.l sn. r i 'M as i Rrien of Seventh i-.treet. s soft. : ii.g ri.m an aiiu k of ,-rysl- '.elas. Mr.- Hurry Northey, of fihimt avenue, has Kom t.. LAU ton. it., to I isii relatives. C. '. liray. an enuin. -r or. the If it. R. roadi has been railed M Daraad because f the death f a rc4atlv. The f Ufiseal af the late August Joan nott of Tamarack. to k place this morning with service n St. Anne". hur.h. Aithur Davay is expected iiotm ihot from Btrtistnajhain, Jn.. where . i- visiting with Sup' and Mrs. W J. Penhallegon. The Hrltlsh-Anierican ohib of Calu met will take a large tiaas. of prospec-citi-:is to Houghton next Frl d i) venlns; to apply for tirst and sec ond papers. ' A. Palirer, state tire marshal, has 'lot i :ied all tire chiefs, preautents ."( Illagoa township clerks and other of i.iials that he has designated May 1' as a general clean-up day. U .larvinen the eil known Finn ish wrestler, is expected In Calumet next week from Duhith. Local pro moters are ndeavorimr to arrange a match for him With either Jess Wes tersjaard or ordemann. to take BhatM in the l'alcstra. Mis. A. K. Ildgklli5 i I I V at HaaVT, N. Y., arrived In Calumet Uiis after noon, to attend the funeral of her lather, the, late Thomas I). Meads. Ite-'.iii-.- .-f the lateness of her aTival. the tuneral did not take jilace until 2:30 p. m., with aarvlcea at the Calu met (.'ongregutlonal hurch. LOCAL VITAL STATISTICS, Reporu of Birth and Deaths in Town ship and Red Jacket. Township 1 ierk George Martin and VMlage Oerk John J. Ellis, Jr.. this morning made public .he number of births and deaths In April In Calumet township and Red .Tic ket, respective ly. There wi re 3H hlr'tha and lit) deaths .ii the townahlp ami s blrtha and 3 baths In Red Jacket. Then- were no deataa from tulbercu losis hi Red Jacket, hut two occurred fr..m tf.at disease in the township and th re were two iolent deaths. 'lerk Martin compiled the blrtha bj natlonallHaa, the Huns again lead 11114 the way. Here Is the list: -Finnish. 12; Slovenian 1 r"Wa.Ylan. 6; Amerl .111 born, 6; Italian, I; Kngllsh, 4; Norwegian. : Swedish, J; and lYench It GOOD STUNTS AT CIRCUS. Y. M. C. A. Performance Last Night Afforded Planty of Amusement. The clrcus-entertalnment given last night at the Y. M. C. A. was fully up t. the standard of prevloua perform ances given a week ago. Some of the features were the -work of R. Earl Hick, the handcuff king, C. W. Hung arfoffdt lightning sketch artist, appear ing under the alias of "Hobo Joe," John Englnnd in mat, aerial and slack wire work. Director Applegate and I Koskl on the Hying rings and paral lel hara, wand and dumb bell drills by the graded classes, antics of the "Jumping Jueks," wrestling and Il luminated Indian cliib swinging. Aa usual the clowns provided amusement. Rain cut down the attendant re some what GRAND SACRED CONCERT. A Krand sncreti conoerl, will in- given ;n the Red Jiuket town hall tomorrow evening b the INnUae like tilee ciirti, assisted by tin Copper Country Finnish Oiee dub. The . otn ert will he under the direct supervision of I'roi. s.iniiid Muatonan, Wrtncrly of this city. The aaldlata arc Will Hall ami C . Jackola o I the IVniage I .ake and l innish tj'.ee rlub?. r.-spect i .-iv The atlendame uomlst to be large. POLES CELEBRATING TODAY. Tin Polea of t'alumet are COtebfat lug their national independence ,;iv , day. High ataab was sung In H:. An thony's polish church this morning, and largely attended by members of St. Stanislaus, polish Hussars, Younif .Men's Polish, and other frateinul Pol ish octette owing Ui iie rain it was decided lo abandon the parade. This evening the day will lie observed w ith spe.s. heet, music and dam liig Wi is. ItaNan halh CANTATA THIS EVENING. Mu. h Interest Is manifested in tlie ntOfl ilnment to be given at the Tam ate h M K. rhnroh this evening un der the auspices of the Sunday school choir, i milled, -The BJ w Minister." The members of the cast have -worketl hard to prepare tonight's entertain ment antl it is believed it ill prove one or the best or the season. NEW SERIES APRIL 1st PAUCETT BROS. A GUCK Calumet and Laurium, Mich. NORTHERN MICHIGAN BUILDING; LOAN ASSOCIATION. STOCK NOW FOR tALE Will IMPROVE TAMARACK M. f. CONTRIBUTIONS WILL BE S0LIC ITED TOMORROW REV. C. M. MERRILL TO M. E. CONFERENc I Rtei.ie hnaravaiaaaita are pian- i.d Im tne Tumoral k M. K. church this summer and steps will be i.ik n a: the regular morning service tomorrow to raise the necssar funds fr the work, h is aalfaaatod thai about ito -iJ; ag required and ttthacHpihMM from the congregiatior. will be invited In an etlort to raU. this amount. The church which is on.- of the oldest In I'alumet, will In thoroughly lllinlel nisl. Ke. c m. Mrriii. pastor r the ohuarh wii; ieav next Wodaoadajf for MaaaaapoHa wheri ha win atteasl the tdg copferem e now !r. progress ..1 that city. Ra win ix- atirooipaalod hi Raf H. 11. Ilalltaaon .i Lake Linden. Next Sun-lav, it-v. C. L. 1ia11.s of i'alu met will have ttiarge of the nioifiing s.tvi. e and Rev. Isaac Wilcox in the 'v ening. Toinoirow morning Rev. Merrill wHl pteach on The Value of tli Church") and In the evening. "The Paraole Of the lares." The usual services will be held in 1 the other churches of i'alumet Minor- row, the follovln atrmofl themes hav- i Ing been chosen tiy the pastors: First Methodist -Morning, "A Lad'a ' Luncheon," special aormoa to Junior Leaguer: evening, mission service on India. h Mission atndy class assisted by the choir. Laurium M-t'iodlst Morning, "Liv- ir.g Kpistles, Known an I Read by All Man", cvenlnij. "The Fowor of Habit. ' 1 First Presbyterian Morning. "A . Rich and a Poor Man"; evening. A Converted Slave." Christ's Kpiscopal Morning. "The j Christian Rest"; evening, "The 1'i'niu- tae.i Uoaforter." KearsarKe IfathodUrt Morning, 'Nature and Revelation. evening. The Pearl of Great liice." i'alumet Congregational Morning. Zeaf in Christian Work"; e ihi.k. "The (load Part." Norweiui Lutheran Morning, "The Invaluable Gilt' ; evening. "Importa nt Ouee-tions," sermon in EBngHah, The hoir will render musdc In the even ing. Salvation Army (Bnglish) Usual services throughout the day with ad dresses by Adjutant Symnionds. Calumet Baptist Moming, "Stand ing by Our Principlea"; evening, "lie Ye Also Ready." A ladles' quartette will aing in the evening- Red Jacket Congregational Ser Ices as usual In charge of Stephen J. Paull. HAZER ;s FINED. A cne artsliiK out of the recent hazing of a local high school student was brought before Justice Fisher this morning. There were a number of In terested high school students in itourt who watched the proceedings With avidity. The alleged "buyers," a for mer student, was found guilty of as sault and battery, and lined $1 and costs $7 In all. it Is Inlieved that the court prisedure will have B salutary effect In putting an end to hazing in Calumet. ANNUAL Y. M. C. A. MEETING. The annual meeting of the members of the Y. M. C. A. will be held Monday evening when dtractdra. will be elected THE SHRINKING houses and 7) iSSSSfM APARTMENTS m HA R 1 You can't buy for a nickel what you USED to buy in rents, provisions, clothing or the other things. Why not? Because the retailer has MARKED UP prices. 1 Why? Because HE has to pay mote, probably, i iWell, we are retailers of street car service. i We have to pay more too for most of the things we buy. 45 (Not only that. 4 Compare the street car service-the cars, the track, the service itself, with that of only a few years ago. We not only PAY MORE for what we buy. J We have to 1UY more. And OUR price has NOT changed. A nickel then a nickel still. HOUGHTON COUNTY TRACTION COMPANY CALUMET THEATRE TONIGHT Mirthful and Melodious Songs You Will Sing Tunes You Will Whistle The Red Streak An Original Music?! Comedy Presented by the Micomi Club of THE MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES Cast of Mi Chorus ot 23. Orchestra of 10. Don't Miss the Beauty Chorus. The Miner' Chorus Will Delight You. And-Chi, These Broilers! Our Prims Donna would make Julian Eltinge jealous. See klV home grown aviators and their aeroplane, ts out of sight. Other specialties are the rope jumping dance and the automobile the only one of its kind in captivity. Prices: Parquetts and Prquette Circle $1.50: First two rows Bal cony $1.00: Balance Balcony, 70c; Balcony Circle, 50c; Gallery, ?5c; Box Seats, $1.50. Seat sals at F01 ster's Wednesday, May 1st at 8 a. m. Now for the Trout! IF YOU tic eoing illft lhm, get iridy in limr ind don'i Icivr ininft Unul ihr Lit minute Look jour tiapt ovn NOW tnd ftl everything in oidn. And be luic lo MrM out line Hfflull). tnd rr thai n it htM. Bettri mil. grl younrlf t KIM.HSHER LINE and be urr run arc tight. Let the other Idlow ull the hard-luck ttorr tbout "the big on lhai got gejgf. You an alwt tru.t the KINGFISHER Inr trier prove our tlogtn thtl TMtff CAN'T GBT AWAY FROM A KINGFISHER LINE " Come in tnd tee ut. inyhuw, and awap fiih SStai tnd talk it eeei. We art never loo buiy lo talk abuui liihing tnd Ihere tie Ion ol "new thing. " to look over. We cany I ctrrlully telecled tlock ui ihc taoal up-io-dttc I. .ait and tvciyihitig lor the bthciaan. KECKONEN HARDWARE GO. 1 AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS "KINRV1SIIBR LINl for the ensuing year, and other busi ness transacted. n dav ID, the regu lar meeiinK of the board of directors will take. pMaa, when otllei rs will be elected. The annual reports ot the secretary and other oftieers of the as sociutioii are expet ted Ul ! ready for present.it. ..li tO the DOM I Of ilile.ioi.- May 10. DELINQUENT TAX SALE TUESDAY The annual sale of lands In Kewee naw county on which laws for the year 1909 ami In somo asos prior to that time. tre dellniiuetit, will be held at the court house on Tuesday of next week. There ite u number of descrip tions iBelBdad in the Hat of lands to be offered for sale, but It is anticipated there w ill be vry f. vv bidders. The sale will hi held In the county treasurer's office and will conune.ice at 10 o'clock. Keweenaw Miner. Classified ads bring results, ;''i '': ' 18 All members of one and All lodge, Sons of St. (teorge, nre requested to meet it their hall. Sunday, at 12:30 p. m.. to attend the funeral of our brother, tha late Phartaa tiray. V. . I .. .ii Paynter, Pre". 4 .1. I (Slasson. Secy. All mcuiircrs of Court North Sl.ir de gre.- t am N'.i. IV I', of A. are r.-uueslid to meet at their hall Snndcy nioiniiig May f.th at n oV lock sharp. -4 A. C. Xincock, DBaTaa Captain. Chicago Decorating Co. FRANK PENTZOLD, Prop. Artistic Interior Decorating. Painting, Paperhanging phone 100 w Calumet, Mich. NICKEL.